Hani, who works for Humanity & Inclusion in Gaza, tells us his experience of this war.
In 2023, HI published a report highlighting the impact of climate change on people with disabilities in Nepal, one of the countries most exposed to the consequences of climate disasters.
Climate change exacerbates discrimination and affects the daily lives of people with disabilities in particular.
COP 28 opens in Dubai on November 30. Humanity & Inclusion will be bringing strong messages in support of the communities and individuals most impacted by climate change, including people with disabilities.
Humanity & Inclusion and its partners have distributed aid to more than 3,500 people since October 7 in Gaza.
After a road accident, Vuth Ta and her mother Tum Thab were so seriously injured that they each required a leg amputation. They have been treated for four years at the HI rehabilitation center in Kampong Cham province.
Humanity & Inclusion is helping people who have been evacuated from their homes in southern Lebanon because of the growing violence along the border with Israel – people like Mohammed.
Zekia Musa-Ahmed, who lives with vision loss, is a campaigner for the rights of people with disabilities. She talks about her role as inclusion officer on the WISH project in South Sudan.
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Humanity & Inclusion is helping people who have been evacuated from their homes in southern Lebanon because of the growing violence along the border with Israel – people like this elderly couple, Hussein and Zahraa.
Humanity & Inclusion is helping people who have been evacuated from their homes in southern Lebanon because of the growing violence along the border with Israel – people like Amal.
Thanks to Humanity & Inclusion and the WISH project in South Sudan, Silvia has the resources she needs to understand her sexual and reproductive health.
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Humanity & Inclusion teams arrived in the worst-affected areas to assess needs and support local health services following the earthquake on November 3.
10 years ago, Typhoon Haiyan (known in the Philippines as Yolanda) claimed the lives of some 10,000 people in the country's worst-ever climate disaster. Humanity & Inclusion launched an emergency response to the storm and in the decade since has been working alongside communities to better prepare for future disasters.
People with disabilities are too often left behind when it comes to knowing their sexual health rights. Thanks to Humanity & Inclusion and the WISH project, Asunta has a better understanding of her rights and available family planning resources.
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Earthquakes in Afghanistan: HI has helped more than 900 people, but the needs are still great 10/24/23
More than 74,000 people were affected by the powerful earthquakes that struck Afghanistan's Herat Province in early October. Humanity & Inclusion and its partners have been providing assistance to the victims.